Experience less pain, more energy, and greater balance today!

Acupuncture Center Serving the Chicagoland North Shore Community: Northbrook, Glenview, Evanston, Skokie, Wilmette, Northfield, and Chicago, Illinois.

 

alandolt-10_color_crop-smOur first step is getting to know you. Only then can we provide personalized acupuncture treatments to help your body heal itself.

Do you find it difficult to fall or stay asleep?  Do you feel overwhelmed or unable to fully enjoy life?

If you are like many of our patients, you are looking for an alternative approach or complement to conventional medicine. You want to address the root cause of your health issues with minimal side effects.

We have helped many people like you. Our patients are finding solutions to a variety of common conditions including insomnia, anxiety, digestive issues, weight gain, and other stress disorders.

Call us at (815) 814-1319 to schedule your initial consultation or a free mini-stress reduction treatment and take control of your health!

What Sets Us Apart?

– We get to know YOU and develop a deep knowledge of your health. At every session, we listen with caring and compassion. We do not rush your session.

– We use our knowledge of your health to create a personalized treatment that will help your body heal itself. We jumpstart your body’s self-healing to address your symptoms and their root cause.

– We provide recommendations for actions that you can take outside of the treatment room to expedite your healing and maintain long-term health.

– We focus on wellness and prevention, working with you to identify and treat symptoms early before chronic issues develop.

– We believe in the integration of traditional and Western medicine, and will collaborate with other health providers to use the best from all disciplines to address your symptoms and their root cause.

– We are conveniently located (just 1 mile from a Nordstrom with a killer shoe department), have ample parking, and flexible night and weekend hours.

WE’RE OPEN

WE’RE OPEN

We are re-open!

As you know, we closed the practice one week prior to the Illinois Stay At Home Order to prevent the spread of the virus. We do not make these decisions lightly.  Acupuncture care is deemed essential under the Illinois Stay At Home Order.

We will be taking all the precautions that have been recommended by both the CDC and

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Open for business (virtually)

Open for business (virtually)

Don’t let your health challenges or aches and pains get worse while we are on shut down. I am available to help you!!

Someday I’ll design a bodysuit that I can communicate with remotely and have it needle specific points based on my direction. But as of now, I haven’t done that. I could create tiny voodoo dolls of each

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Black Friday/Small Business Saturday Promotions 2020

Black Friday/Small Business Saturday Promotions

Northshore Acupuncture Center is offering two Black Friday/Small Business Saturday promotions in addition to the holiday special offers.

1) Just $25 for a Rock St⭐️r Cupping session purchased on Black Friday or Small Business Saturday (11/27-28 2020). If you don’t want stars, hearts ♥️ or the more traditional circles are available. Continue reading

Evanston families – ways to show up for our community/Familias Evanston – Apoyando a nuestra comunidad

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Please read for simple ways (cash and no cost) to support members of our Evanston community who are struggling and the owners of Gyros Planet & Taqueria.

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Pablo Sanchez and Erika Castro are the owners of Gyros Planet & Taqueria in Evanston.  Over the last seven months, they have been providing 110 free

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What Is Seasonal Affective Disorder?

What Is Seasonal Affective Disorder?

Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD) is a condition believed to be linked to a lack of sunlight where the individual experiences mood changes and emotions similar to depression. SAD occurs mostly in the Fall and Winter months when there is less sunlight exposure.

It’s found that around 5 percent of people may experience SAD lasting 40% of the year

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